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Pravda Ha Ha: True Travels to the End of Europe

Fans of travelogs, history buffs, and those with an interest in Russia and the former U.S.S.R. will thoroughly enjoy.

The Rhine: Following Europe's Greatest River from Amsterdam to the Alps

This travelog is a great companion volume to traditional guide books and might direct readers to areas they wouldn't normally visit. Anyone interested in European travel, history, and rivers will enjoy.

Gone Dollywood: Dolly Parton's Mountain Dream

Fans of Parton and those with interests in Appalachia, Tennessee, and Southern culture will enjoy this book.

Berlin for Jews: A Twenty-First-Century Companion

This timely entry complements a plethora of recent titles centering on Nazi Germany, the Jews, and Berlin in particular. Readers interested in Jewish culture, Berlin, and German history will enjoy Barkan's contribution.

America and World War I: A Traveler's Guide

Recommended for academic readers as well as history buffs who can't get enough of World War I.

Break Out! 5 Keys To Go Beyond Your Barriers and Live an Extraordinary Life

A must for Osteen fans and for consideration by those who seek encouraging self-help messages.

Toy Time! From Hula Hoops to He-Man to Hungry Hungry Hippos: A Look Back at the Most-Beloved Toys of Decades Past

Not a comprehensive handbook or collectors' price guide, this is, says Byrne, "an exploration—and a celebration—of the almost magical effect toys have had on us individually and as a culture." Guaranteed to bring a smile to most faces, especially baby boomers' and Gen Xers'; for all toy lovers and nostalgia buffs.

The Reason for My Hope: Salvation

Fans of Graham will welcome another chance to hear from him. Although simplistic for seasoned Christians and a little old-fashioned for young people, this straightforward book will benefit those seeking a deeper understanding of the evangelical Christian faith. Recommended for public libraries and those with a Christian faith collection.

Eat Smart in Germany: How To Decipher the Menu, Know the Market Foods & Embark on a Tasting Adventure

Bergin's guide will appeal to travelers and lovers of all things German, especially those who want to be informed before they go. It will be especially helpful to those experiencing German cuisine for the first time. Highly recommended.

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